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ENTRY2006 : 100 Days of Fantastic Glimpses Into the Future

How will we live tomorrow? With what products? In what sort of houses? And what is design anyway?

You can find the answers to these questions at the 100-day major design exhibition, ENTRY2006 on perspectives and design, staged in the redesigned coal washing plant on the Zollverein World Cultural Heritage Site in Essen.

From 26th August to 3rd December 2006, visitors will be able to see 300 objects from 20 countries, including innovative products, materials and technologies, ideas and experiments for tomorrow's world.

Thanks to ENTRY2006 the future Cultural Capital of Europe is going to be on the lips of very many people well beyond the immediate boundaries of the Ruhrgebiet.

The Zollverein World Cultural Heritage site will be transformed into the key international centre for designers and architects.

Personalities from the world of design and architecture and international institutions in culture and science will be creating a force field for new possibilities - on a site which, almost more than anywhere else in the world, is a symbol of the transformation of the industrialised world.

The spectacular exhibition site and the heart of ENTRY2006 is the coal washing plant which has been redesigned by Rem Koolhaas on the Zollverein World Cultural Heritage site in Essen.

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